Sub-tropical valleys? check. Dramatic waterfalls? check. Rainforest? check. Epic views of Himalayas? Check again. Winding through some of the world's tallest mountains & diverse climatic zones-from tropical to freezing alpine peaks, Annapurna base camp trek may just become your go-to spot for an unforgettable experience. Or maybe you spot the rhododendron forest in Ghorepani- world's largest rhododendron forest, which allures you to take this trek.
Mesmerizing clouds, Mossy shrublands, raging rivers & valley of golden rice paddies what more. Annapurna teases you with spectacular views of Mount Annapurna south, Machhapuchhre, Hiunchuli to soak in as you approach towards Annapurna base camp.
Because of unique biological diversity, Annapurna is equally rivaled by cultural diversity. The Annapurna region is endowed and enriched by the varied and cultural attractions. It has a lot to offer from easy short treks to unashamedly rugged & varied landscape, to excite you. It's simply surreal.
Trekking to Annapurna Base camp will provide rare opportunity to understand the local livelihood & their culture. we strongly believe" wherever you go, take only photos & leave footsteps" So Fuel up, bring your backpack & let us take care of the rest.
BEST TIME TO GO
Spring : March - May Fall : September - November
At these times, the weather is at its best, being hot but not uncomfortably so, and there’s usually minimal or no rain.
Trekking to Annapurna base camp is moderately difficult. Having said that, One should not underestimate any treks of Nepal. Initially, it looks easy but later, it could be challenging. Just don't take it hard on yourself, gradual moves could be very helpful.
Pass through Beautiful Views from Dhampus, a gateway to Annapurna Conservation Area.
Enjoy Hot springs at Jhinu Danda Watch Spectacular sunrise views of the Annapurnas and Dhaulagiri from Poon Hill
Enjoy Farming village of Ghandruk with picturesque Gurung homes
Enjoy classic views of Annapurna I, Annapurna South, Machhapuchhre, and Hiunchuli
Enjoy Chhomrong mother’s group’s cultural program